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[[category:quests]][[category:Jeuno Quests]]
 
[[category:quests]][[category:Jeuno Quests]]
 
[[de:Die Wunden des Chocobos]]
 
[[de:Die Wunden des Chocobos]]
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{{Quest
{|border="0" width="100%"
 
 
|startnpc=[[Brutus]] - [[Upper Jeuno]] (G-7)
|width="70%" valign="top"|
 
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|requirements=Level 20+
{|border="0" width="70%" cellpadding="0" cellspacing="3"
 
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|items=[[Gausebit Grass]] x4
|valign="top" BGCOLOR="#D5D9FF"|  '''Start NPC:'''
 
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|title=Chocobo Trainer
|valign="top" BGCOLOR="#E0E0E0"|&nbsp;&nbsp;[[Brutus]] - [[Upper Jeuno]] (G-7)<br>
 
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|repeatable=No
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|reward={{KeyItem}}[[Chocobo License]]
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|previous=None
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|next=[[Save My Son]]<br>[[Full Speed Ahead!]]
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| cutscenes =
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{{Quest/Cutscene|Chocobo's Wounds (pt.1)|[[Tinjue]] [[Upper Jeuno]] (G-6)}}
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{{Quest/Cutscene|''Optional:''<br>Chocobo's Wounds (pt.1-3)|[[Geuhbe]] [[Lower Jeuno]] (G-9)}}
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{{Quest/Cutscene|Chocobo's Wounds (pt.2)|[[Tinjue]] [[Upper Jeuno]] (G-6)}}
 
}}
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==Preliminary Notes==
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*If you have [[Treasures of Aht Urhgan]] installed, you will flag [[Chocobo on the Loose!]] first instead of this quest. This is a separate and unrelated quest, that is not required in order to obtain a {{KeyItem}}[[Chocobo License]]. To bypass [[Chocobo on the Loose!]]:
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**Talk to [[Brutus]] a second time and his dialogue will be about [[Chocobo on the Loose!]], saying that it probably went to [[La Theine Plateau]].
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**Talk to [[Brutus]] a third time, and this time he will ask, "What's your problem? You wanna ride a Chocobo?" This marks the start of [[Chocobo's Wounds]], from which you can obtain your [[Chocobo License]].
 
*You will need 4 clumps of [[Gausebit Grass]] to complete this quest. These can be obtained in [[Meriphataud Mountains]] from defeating [[Crane Fly|Crane Flies]] or in [[Dangruf Wadi]] from [[Wadi Hare]]s. The flies are stronger but have a much higher drop rate than the hares. The flies are found near the outpost in Meriphataud Mountains. The [[Gausebit Grass]] can also be bought from the [[Auction House]] under Weapons>Ammo&Misc>Pet Items.
   
|-
 
|valign="top" BGCOLOR="#D5D9FF"|&nbsp;&nbsp;'''Requirements:'''<br>
 
|valign="top" BGCOLOR="#E0E0E0"|&nbsp;&nbsp;Level: 20+
 
|-
 
|valign="top" BGCOLOR="#D5D9FF"|&nbsp;&nbsp;'''Items Needed:'''
 
|valign="top" BGCOLOR="#E0E0E0"|&nbsp;&nbsp;[[Gausebit Grass]] x4
 
|-
 
|valign="top" BGCOLOR="#D5D9FF"|&nbsp;&nbsp;'''Title:'''
 
|valign="top" BGCOLOR="#E0E0E0"|&nbsp;&nbsp;Chocobo Trainer<br>
 
|-
 
|valign="top" BGCOLOR="#D5D9FF"|&nbsp;&nbsp;'''Repeatable:'''
 
|valign="top" BGCOLOR="#E0E0E0"|&nbsp;&nbsp;No
 
|-
 
|valign="top" BGCOLOR="#D5D9FF"|&nbsp;&nbsp;'''Reward:'''
 
|valign="top" BGCOLOR="#E0E0E0"|&nbsp;&nbsp;[[Chocobo License]] ([[:Category:Key Items|Key Item]])
 
|-
 
||<br>
 
|-
 
|valign="top" BGCOLOR="#D5D9FF"|&nbsp;&nbsp;'''Previous Quest:'''
 
|valign="top" BGCOLOR="#E0E0E0"|&nbsp;&nbsp;
 
|-
 
|valign="top" BGCOLOR="#D5D9FF"|&nbsp;&nbsp;'''Next Quest:'''
 
|valign="top" BGCOLOR="#E0E0E0"|&nbsp;&nbsp;
 
|}
 
|width="30%" valign="top"|
 
__TOC__
 
|}
 
 
==Walkthrough==
 
==Walkthrough==
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'''After February 2015 Update, the wait time is now 1 minute instead of an in-game day. '''
*You might get [[Chocobo on the Loose!]] first, instead of this quest. If so, you want to get [[Chocobo's Wounds]] but you don't want to finish [[Chocobo on the Loose!]]. To by-pass [[Chocobo on the Loose!]], Talk to [[Brutus]] again, talk to [[Silver Tail]], and than talk to [[Brutus]] once more (You may just need to click Brutus again to get Chocobo Wounds quest -- check your current Jeuno quests log to be sure you received it). He should ask you a question if you want to ride a chocobo.
 
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*Talk to [[Brutus]] to start the quest, and answer his two questions.
*You will need 4 [[Gausebit Grass]]es. These can be obtained in [[Meriphataud Mountains]] from defeating [[Crane Fly|Crane Flies]] or in [[Dangruf Wadi]] from [[Wadi Hare]]s (the flies seem to have a higher drop rate). They can also be bought from the [[Auction House]].
 
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''Note: Trade each time. Simply clicking the [[chocobo]] does not work.''
*Talking to [[Brutus]] starts the quest.
 
*Trade a clump of [[Gausebit Grass]] to the Chocobo that's next to the NPC Osker. (It will not accept the grass.)
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*Trade a clump of [[Gausebit Grass]] to the [[chocobo]] that's next to the child [[Osker]].
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**The [[chocobo]] will not accept the grass at this time.
*Come back the next game day and try to feed it again.
 
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***Chocobo: Kweh!! - Kweh... - (He still looks terrified of you.)
*Come back again for the third time and feed it. (This time you will be successful.)
 
 
*Come back in a minute and try to feed it again.
*Successfully feed it three more times (once daily) to complete the quest.
 
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**Again, the [[chocobo]] will not accept the grass.
*This quest takes approximately 5 hours real time.
 
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***Chocobo: Kweh... - (He still looks a little wary of you.)
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*Come back in another minute and feed it.
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**The [[chocobo]] will now accept the grass, so your [[Gausebit Grass]] will go from 4 to 3.
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***Chocobo! Kweh! - (He seems to be comfortable with you.)
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***Chocobo! Kweh! - (He's eating joyfully.)
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***Chocobo! Kweh! - Osker: Looks like he's used to you. He's not scared at all anymore.
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***Osker: Well, looks like he's used to you now.
 
*Successfully feed it three more times ('''once per minute''') to complete the quest.
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**''Optional:'' There is an optional cutscene with [[Dietmund]] (G-11) in [[Lower Jeuno]] that can be viewed after seeing him in the quest storyline after the third feeding, but before you get your chocobo license.
   
   
'''Note:'''
 
*You are not required to give the [[Gausebit Grass]] to the Chocobo in succession - i.e. you can skip several days between the feedings.
 
   
==Quest Description==
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{{Quest/Description
'''Client''': [[Brutus]] (Chocobo Stables, [[Upper Jeuno]])<br>
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|client=[[Brutus]] (Chocobo Stables, [[Upper Jeuno]])
 
|summary=Help nurse the chocobo back to health. It seems to have suffered both mentally and physically. Gausebit wildgrass may do the trick.
'''Summary''':
 
 
}}
:Help nurse the chocobo back to health. It seems to have suffered both mentally and physically. Gausebit wildgrass may do the trick.
 
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{{spoiler2}}

Latest revision as of 22:25, 18 October 2018

Start NPC Brutus - Upper Jeuno (G-7)
Requirements Level 20+
Items Needed Gausebit Grass x4
Title Granted Chocobo Trainer
Repeatable No
Reward Key ItemChocobo License
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Preliminary Notes

Walkthrough

After February 2015 Update, the wait time is now 1 minute instead of an in-game day.

  • Talk to Brutus to start the quest, and answer his two questions.

Note: Trade each time. Simply clicking the chocobo does not work.

  • Trade a clump of Gausebit Grass to the chocobo that's next to the child Osker.
    • The chocobo will not accept the grass at this time.
      • Chocobo: Kweh!! - Kweh... - (He still looks terrified of you.)
  • Come back in a minute and try to feed it again.
    • Again, the chocobo will not accept the grass.
      • Chocobo: Kweh... - (He still looks a little wary of you.)
  • Come back in another minute and feed it.
    • The chocobo will now accept the grass, so your Gausebit Grass will go from 4 to 3.
      • Chocobo! Kweh! - (He seems to be comfortable with you.)
      • Chocobo! Kweh! - (He's eating joyfully.)
      • Chocobo! Kweh! - Osker: Looks like he's used to you. He's not scared at all anymore.
      • Osker: Well, looks like he's used to you now.
  • Successfully feed it three more times (once per minute) to complete the quest.
    • Optional: There is an optional cutscene with Dietmund (G-11) in Lower Jeuno that can be viewed after seeing him in the quest storyline after the third feeding, but before you get your chocobo license.


Game Description

Client
Brutus (Chocobo Stables, Upper Jeuno)
Summary
Help nurse the chocobo back to health. It seems to have suffered both mentally and physically. Gausebit wildgrass may do the trick.
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